Grateful Dead Live at The Spectrum on 1986-03-25
AUD FOB (30ft Center Stage)> Beyer Dynamic M88's> Sony TCD5M(CM)> Nak DR-10 (Playback)> Midiman Flying Cow 24bit/48kHz A/D> RME Digi96/8> Steinberg's Wavelab 3.0 (bit resolution & resampling to CDR redbook 16/44.1> CDWav beta1.57 (tracking only)> SHNv3 (MKW ACT); taped, transferred, seeded to abgd by Charlie Connor; flip in Don't Ease, no other flaws noted; d2 tracked for 80 min
Subject: before tons
Subject: Jerry inspired
Subject: My 1st of many shows
Subject: Review of the Show
Subject: Not very jammy...
Subject: Decent sound
The show is pretty hot.
Subject: great instarmentally for sound quality..vocal sound is hollow sounding
I am now hearing it for the first time in over ten years and am Grateful to say the least.
While there is no reason to compare '86 to the fabulous 70's, I have alwyas liked this show for the out of the ordinary setlist that had become commonplace.
The Scarlet/Touch, and the Tom Thumb are great.
The Brokedown isn't too bad either. It is only a five star performace in my mind.
Thanks to those who provide these kind tunes. The rest of us are Grateful.
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